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SWANSEA GUARD! ANS j ijOTJ-f KH. "MENTION 16 member! E fN" 11 0 N E 1 EXONERATED. ?'.Y\iihaii)(.t:ir,!?d'?'?'i<?m?! '?. I nlion, whii u wiio lurrie d .V L 1, t?c.t'Th'?;)[?'tn"?h<? m\ = V ].:u of this case in tin ] >i e.-ciecc of .Mr. I .all. a.e ulU-gu- tions made against Mr. ikili." j ATr. H a I iin- rriee till] the coiiciu.-ion <> £ ihe oi <'h- caxy business Mr. i'ii mis 'sked .Mi", ihdl --one of the Ouai uuin*. who, it. will !>e remembered. was incut icn,>l (in his ab- sence) kis-t week in an allegation. by of the women inmates, who told tin.- members that Mr. Jin 11 tolii them that it tiny did not eat the niar.gai-iaie they would not iiave it— if he had anything to say o.i the report. Mr. Ball iaid lie had seen tho upoit- the Press. He oalv knew that a start was going to be made and a tc-,1 made, l,ilt lic flatly denied that he had told anyone that it would commence 011 the Monday. There w.a a. mi"nndu:,LH:di¡,. He would have been there last week had ha known it was coming on. It was very difficult for him t" get away. He expressed !>'<• opinion. us !)o 1 had done on other ocaisic-sis, that he would not eat margarine. It was suggested thai the women should be called in again, Gut Mi- Ball .-aid he was nob?uii)g to ai?ne .??'"?;)i.).?i(t:tth.? women; he accepted the statement in the j minutes; but !)e?'.?,?"):?t?;t'tt"the, hottom of it if i'Lt?"k hi.n tv,five mouths. The Press had Mads it a comedy, but to ihim it was a uag; uy. lie aiso fiat-ly contradicted the staten.i. nt made to the, died that lie to]<l anyone not to eat H he did not t'-ll tile women not to Vat ii. Chairman; Did you not go to They were having tea and talking about the margarine, and he said personally that he would not eat it. Did you tell ihem not to eat it? A member thought that Mr..Kal i, or an_v- one else, was entitled to express a personal opinion. Mr. Ball, continuing, said II" had Iii-otigi t complaints before the commit let- but tin; j committee had not brought tin* women in, Mr. Abe Freedman In fairness In jou, j and to the members, the nu-mbeis at the last meeting said the mailer must stand ad- jonrned until .Mi. Hall is here. Mr. Ball I did not tell them Hot tll fa 1 it, and I could not tell them when il was going to start because I did not know my- self when it was going to start. Mr. Luff: I think We have had enough now. Let us get on v.uh the business. Chairman Let us-finish it. Rev. Father Harrington said the matter, was a very serious one, and he moved that the women ivlik) were present- last weelc. and! w'ho made the ailegation, be brought in. Mr. \Y. A. Thomas paid that one of the women seemed very anxious to tell tin- truth last week. Chairman do Mr-. Kail): Shall wc have, the ,yomen jll Mr. Ball I leave it entirely in ihe hands j of the committee. The proposition that the women be 1 ailed in was carried by nine Votes to three. Two women were brought in lir.-i and one Two women were brought in first. and asked bv the Chairman why they did not take the butter, one replied, Because we Thought it was margarine, fir. Mr. Ball did uot teil da-m. hour of! them v.-ere having their tea, and ihey asked Mr. Ball if lie knew v. lieu they t- I to have margarine, but lie did not tell them they were going to have it 011 Monday. Mr. Ball told them that if they did not want it to com- plain, and the more they complained the better it would be for them. The other woman had nothing else to say only 11(d' ji had censed so much. bother. Chairman: You need not. bt* sorrv. Mr. Owen Did Mr. Ball tell you what day it waj going to be used tor the first- time?—N o, sir.' Did he tell you not to eat it?—Xo. sir. Mr. Freedman questioned the woman, and she CGiltradided herself at several liolilts. Chairman Vou need not- get excited. W0rn an j I ,1111 ó" Not getting excited, but I am telling the truth. Two other women were then called in. Answering the chairman, the women said they were told tha.t the margarine "was going to skirt 011 the Monday, but they were not told not to eat it. One of tho women said sh e did not hear any of the other two women asking Mr. Jiall about, the mar- garine. Mr. Thomas Did Mr. Ball tell >011 not 1 to eat the margarine!'—.No, sir. Both women denied that, they made the statement last Wednesday that- Mr. Ball told them not to eat the margarine Chairman (to Mr. Ball); YOll have hoard the witnesses; have You anythim0- t?ft.? to say? ?Ir.Dan:W??.?nl?y? I 1. Am a bit amused more than any thing else. I taken a few notes here. Mr. William Owen moved that the state- ment of the women at last Wednesday's meeting be deleted from the minutes; tlley could not. build a case 011 their evidence. They had one-half of the case in t))a min- utes. He moved that- the whole of it be printed in the uexl 111 mutes. The Chairman said that the record of that day's meetm would he read at the Board the next day (Thursday). Rev. E. 0. Kvans said lie thought that I the minutes had failed to substantiate the I allegations made against Mr. Ball last week. After further discussion Mr. Wm. Owen I moved the above resolution, and which, as stated, was carried by ten votes to one.

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